FAQ

Services and Programs Rates

Adult Initial Visit (60 minutes): $135
Adult Follow-up visit (30 minutes): $70
Acupuncture (30 minutes): $60

Senior/Child/Student Initial Visit: $120
Senior/Child/Student Follow-up Visit: $65
(60 years & older)

Bio Impedance Analysis with visit: $10
Bio Impedance without visit $35

Fertility Program Initial Visit (including acupuncture): $200

Detoxification Program:
Revive (10 days): Cost is individually based
Revitalize (21 days): Cost is individually based

Does Insurance Cover Naturopathic Doctors?

A majority of patients have coverage for Naturopathic Medical Services. It is wise to consult your insurance company directly to inquire about coverage. You will provide you with a receipt containing all necessary information needed to submit a claim directly.

*We accept Visa, Mastercard, Interac/Debit, and Cash.
*Health gift certificates are also available.

Appointments: What Can I Expect?

Your first patient consultation is up to 1 hour, in which a complete personal, medical and family history are taken. Please bring in any supplements or medications you are taking as well as any relevant laboratory results or imaging study results you may have.

Your second visit involves dietary analysis and appropriate diagnostic testing, including physical exam, Chinese tongue and pulse diagnosis. Blood work, urine and hair analysis and salivary testing may also be required. The result is a customized treatment plan that includes an appropriate dietary and medicinal prescription. Follow up appointments monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan. Visit length and frequency rate varies depending on your case and any treatments that are required.

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